Nudged into the coastline of the Baja California Peninsula, the town of Loreto is a modern mix of the rich history of Mexico, beautiful beaches, the best restaurants in the country and unparalleled natural beauty.
Due to its location, Loreto weather can be characterized as predominantly hot and humid, with mostly abundant sunshine. The average temperature is 76 °F, and temperatures are hottest from June through October. Spring temperatures are moderate and temperate. While autumn and winter months are usually windy. The wettest months, however, are August and September, when there are occasional bursts of rainfall.
One concern for Loreto is the Pacific hurricane season, which runs from June 1st to November 30th, and sometimes causes heavy rainfall and floods in the area.
But overt sunshine allows for the greatest attraction of the town to shine. The enchanting Sea of Cortez is a stunning reservoir of oceanic beauty, perfect for deep sea fishing, snorkeling, whale watching and scuba diving.